i think it will be a start if the developers put a donate button in the app itself i`ve seen it in an app in app store. It said that since he is studing and the app is a part of a project, if you like you can support his job, i dunnno if this is possible with aurora feint but maybe devs can ask apple if they can put a donation button in the app since its free.
1 extra question: how do i put my avatar with my char and lvl
zatnuviz: Well apparently the devs are making a new game called AF: The Arena, which will cost money, so I think they'll be getting their resources there. oklapoga: Yeah that's awesome for jailbroken iPods/iPhones. Not so great for the legit ones like me. ;(
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